Peace, power, and plenty (1919) PDF book by Orison Swett Marden,

Peace, power, and plenty

Peace, power, and plenty


This book is a life-changing book by Orison Swett Marden, the famous inspirational author.

Ever before in the history of mankind has there been such an awakening to the great possibilities of the power of right thinking as we are now witnessing in all civilized countries. Metaphysical schools are springing up under different names in all parts of the enlightened world. People are getting hold of little bits of one great divine truth, a new gospel of optimism and love, a philosophy of sweetness and light, which seems destined to furnish a universal principle upon which people of all nations, of varying philosophies and creeds, can unite for the betterment of the race. 


The basic principle of this great metaphysical movement has opened up many possibilities of mind building, character building, bodybuilding, and success building which are destined to bring untold blessings to the world. We are all conscious that there is something in us which is never sick, never sins, and never dies, a power back of the flesh but not of it, which connects us with Divinity, makes us one with the Infinite Life. 

e are beginning to discover something of the nature of this tremendous force back of the flesh, this power which heals, regenerates, rejuvenates, harmonizes, and upbuilds, and which will ultimately bring us into that state of blessedness which we instinctively feel is the birthright of every human being. To present in clear, simple language, shorn of all technicalities, the principles of the new philosophy which promises to lift life out of commonness and discord and make it worthwhile; to show how these principles may be grasped and applied in a practical way in everyday living to each person's own individual case is the object of this volume. 
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There is a growing belief that " God never made His work for man to mend." We are just beginning to discover that the same Principle which created us, repairs, restores, renews, heals us; that the remedies for all our ills are inside of us, in Divine Principle, which is the truth of our being. We are learning that there is an immortal principle of health in every individual, which, if we could utilize, would heal all our wounds and furnish a balm for all the hurts of mankind. The author attempts to show that the body is but the mind externalized, the habitual mental state out pictured; that the bodily condition follows the thought, and that we are sick or well, happy or miserable, young or old, lovable or unlovable, according to the degree in which we control our mental processes. He shows how a man can renew his body by renewing his thought or change his body, his character, by changing his thought.

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